Website - now a part of history

I am a Councillor of the City Of Peterborough.  I was first elected in 2002 to represent the East Ward of the City and was re-elected in 2004 and again in 2008 to serve until 2012.  I am an active member of the English Democrats Party and more details about the party are available on the websites listed on the ‘My Politics’ page.

I decided to get involved because I wanted to make a difference in the local community.

If you would like to contact me about any matter that is Council related where you think I can offer help, assistance or advice then please get in touch by using the "Contact me" area of my website.  I will get back to you as soon as I can.

I may not always be able to solve your problem, but I promise to do my best to help. 

You can e-mail me direct from this page by clicking here

Due to changes in the way the Council provides web pages for Councillors, I will no longer be updating these pages from March 2010.  As soon as I have details of the new site, I will publicise it.  So this website is now history only!

My Latest News

Maladministration complaint submitted
Residents in Ashcroft Gardens and linked roads seem to have been let down in an extraordinary way by the Council.... 

New Campaign Launch
No room for negotiation - this is simply unacceptable..... 

Rileys / Breaks snooker club site
Finally....is something going to be done about this eyesore? 

Latest Peterborough City Council News

WATCH CHILDREN’S AWARD-WINNING FILMS ON THE WEB
The winning entries of Peterborough’s first Children’s Film Awards can now be viewed on Peterborough City Council’s website.

WIN A DVD TV BY HELPING TO SHAPE THE CITY’S FUTURE WASTE FACILITIES
Residents are being asked for their views on what to do with non-recyclable waste as Peterborough City Council looks to develop the city’s future waste facilities and reduce the amount of rubbish being sent to landfill.

ALMOST 200 PEOPLE A WEEK PAY COUNCIL BILLS ON-LINE AND OVER THE PHONE
More than 110 people a week are paying their council bills on the website and another 70 are using the touch-tone telephone service, freeing up Peterborough City Council staff to deal with more complex queries.